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Hello. The carburetor should be directly behind the air filter. I believe the unit you have is a GCV160 engine. Here is the link to the manual showing a diagram (see pg 9).
http://engines.honda.com/pdf/manuals/00X31Z8B0240.pdf

Should you have a different engine, here is the link showing how to identify it's type, then proceed to download that one instead.
http://engines.honda.com/parts-and-support/owners-manuals/gcv160

Hope this helped. If so, please rate this a four-thumbs up. Thank You.

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